The episode was known for many remixes of contemporary songs such as "Paint it Black" by The Rolling Stones as a Japanese symphony remix (I was in love) and Akane’s dance as a traditional Japanese version of "C.R.E.A.M." by Wu-Tang Clan. Source.

After the robbery, Maives offers to have a "civil meeting", and I thought the song leading up to the scene with everyone in Kimonos sitting was a remix of "Another One Bites the Dust" by Queen. Am I correct? If not, what song was it?

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  • Music ID questions are off-topic. – BCdotWEB May 25 '18 at 22:23
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    @BCdotWEB That's not quite exactly true, though. And if anything, they are not and have never been closed with the ID question close-reason. Let's maybe not try to lose sight of the details here. They are off-topic if they amount to random trivia failing to point out a connection to the work at hand. If you think this applies to this question, go ahead and close-vote it as such. But let's cut down a little on blanket statements that aren't really true and misapplication of close-reasons. – Napoleon Wilson May 25 '18 at 23:33
  • @NapoleonWilson - I'm pretty sure it was you (if not, sorry) who closed the question that would have asked for the list of every rendition of songs on that show, which would have negated this question (and IMO is a perfect type of question to ask on a site that will update answers as they come into play). I fail to see how that one was trivia but this one isn't. Asking about just one song certainly is trivial though. – Mazura May 25 '18 at 23:54
  • @Mazura Well, I didn't say this one isn't. I was advocating for not muddling up close-reasons and making blanket statements that are provably untrue. But I'm not sure if bringing some entirely different question with its very own problems into the mix is going to help with clearing up matters, though. For more information on how it actually works, though, feel free to consult this discussion and the ones linked therefrom. I don't, however, remember the previous question you're talking about, relevance notwithstanding. – Napoleon Wilson May 25 '18 at 23:57
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    @Mazura I would hesitate to draw conclusions about any broader stances or policies simply from the lack of moderator action. We don't actually have to unilaterally close every possible question. Sometimes it is interesting how edge cases develop. And yes, I consider this quite an edge case as the question adds quite a bit of motivation for asking it in order to justify it beyond idle trivia. – Napoleon Wilson May 26 '18 at 0:43

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